Name All These MCU Characters Or Else Thanos Wins!

Film franchises naturally feature wide casts of characters. Whether the series focuses on a group of allies, like Star Trek, or brings in new ones with each entry, like Mad Max, a franchise's character roster is vital to its success. But the Marvel Cinematic Universe is much more than a normal film franchise.

For 11 years now, the MCU has grown to be a vast and unique shared universe featuring a multitude of characters, locations, and races both real and fictional. Each and every character has operated as a vital cog in a giant machine, serving a distinct purpose. Some of them have played bigger parts than others, some more personal while others were broader. But the majority of them have led to something, each pushing this world further.

With "Endgame," the Infinity Saga will be coming to a close. And after this conclusion, Marvel promises to bring in new characters while taking whoever is left in exciting new directions. It's important to remember those that have built this universe into what it is today. Without these characters, and the actors who played them, the MCU just wouldn't be the same. Most will know the big heroes at the forefront of the series, but only the most dedicated can name all of them.

Question 1

What is the name of this hero?

It all had to start somewhere. And though it may be weird to think about now, given how popular this character has become, but he was nowhere near the top of well-known properties when the MCU began. Not only was the character relatively obscure to general audience members, but Marvel cast an actor whose fame had fallen. However, Robert Downey, Jr. as the arrogant yet lovable Tony Stark proved to be the perfect hero to help launch the franchise. He doesn't have any powers, but he relies on his genius intellect and his superpowered suits to fight villains. What is this hero's name?

Question 2

Who is the star-spangled Avenger?

In perfect contrast with Robert Downey, Jr. as Tony Stark is Chris Evans as Steve Rogers. And they even made a whole movie about it. Originally born in Brooklyn during the early 1900s, the young Steve wanted nothing more than to serve his country during WWII. His unwavering determination made him a perfect candidate for the Super Soldier program, which turned him from a scrawny boy into a bonafide hero. Everything about him became enhanced, from his strength to his speed to his stamina. Now he lives in modern day, saving citizens of Earth from anything that would threaten them. What is this hero's name?

Question 3

Who is the god of thunder?

There are many heroes within the MCU whose powers are gifted to them through experimentation or by some other force. But the god of thunder is different. Marvel took what was known of Norse Mythology and created one of their heroes based around it. He comes from a world where magic and science go hand in hand. He's also one of the most powerful characters in the entire franchise. He has learned to channel electricity through his body and his mighty hammer Mjolnir lets him fly and smite to his heart's content. And normally, he's the only one who can wield it. What is his name?

Question 4

Who is the angriest Avenger?

It's only natural for people to want superpowers. Something that makes them more powerful than regular people. But this character shows the negative side of that. Dr. Bruce Banner was experimenting with Gamma Rays when an accident caused him to turn into a super-strong, super-angry monster. He's struggled with controlling it throughout the MCU. Like a modern-day Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde, Banner has sometimes transformed into this version without meaning to. In "Avengers: Infinity War," Banner needed to transform to face a dangerous horde of aliens, but was unable to. So then, what is the name of the angriest Avenger?

Question 5

What is the name of this young hero?

For almost as long as he's been appearing in comics, this young hero has been one of the most popular characters Marvel has. When the comics company almost went out of business in the late 90s, they had to sell off film rights to some of their most popular characters to stay afloat. While Fox got the X-Men, Sony acquired this hero. After the MCU became such a hit, Sony and Marvel struck a deal so this hero could appear within that universe. He first appeared in "Captain America: Civil War" before being given his own movie. What is this popular hero's name?

Question 6

Who is this new addition to the MCU?

DC's cinematic universe may have beaten Marvel to the punch with their first female-led superhero movie, "Wonder Woman," but it didn't take Marvel long to follow suit. After she was teased during the post-credits scene of "Avengers: Infinity War," this mighty cosmic hero made her debut in early 2019. She'll be shown again in "Avengers: Endgame," helping the team fix what Thanos did. Her own movie took place in the 1990s and documented one of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s first cases of dealing with a superpowered person. She's incredibly strong, can fly and breath in space, and shoots blasts from her hands. What is her name?

Question 7

Who is this popular villain?

The MCU has featured many villains throughout its 11 years, but the majority of them are nowhere near as popular as this one. Marvel has been able to explore this character in greater detail given that he's a villain for one of the main Avengers, Thor, and therefore plays a supporting role in each of his movies. He's known as the Trickster God of Norse Mythology and he often casts illusions to fool his enemies. Though he tried to usurp Odin's throne in "Thor" and take over Earth in "The Avengers," he was shown later to not be all bad. What is his name?

Question 8

Who is the director of S.H.I.E.L.D.?

S.H.I.E.L.D., or Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement and Logistics Division, protects the citizens of Earth from any superpowered, galactic, or interdimensional threat. Basically, they make it their business to detain any source they don't understand before it's possible for that source to do any damage. The director of this organization first appeared in "Iron Man" during the first post-credits scene of the MCU. Bringing together a group like the Avengers was his idea because he knew that one day something too powerful for humans to deal with would come looking to hurt the people of Earth. What is the name of this character?

Question 9

Who is this S.H.I.E.L.D. agent?

In order for S.H.I.E.L.D. to deal with threats successfully, they needed to hire agents that could handle those types of situations. And this character is one of the most skilled agents they've ever had. Originally an assassin for Russia, she fled her former organization to work for the good guys. She helped the Avengers defeat Loki and his Chitauri during "The Avengers" and she's helped them fight off other powerful villains ever since. While she's played more of a supporting role thus far, a solo movie for this hero was recently announced to be in the works. What is her name?

Question 10

Who is this archer?

While one might look at this character, completely normal and not at all special in terms of possessing powers, and wonder how he was a member of the Avengers, it's due to how skilled he is that he can fight with them and come out fine. His aim is always perfect and he utilizes a variety of arrow types, including explosives. Though he has retired more than once to spend time with his family, he'll be returning to help his former team in "Avengers: Endgame." A TV series focusing on this character is currently in the works for Disney's upcoming streaming service. What is his name?

Question 11

Who is this magical hero?

Other than Thor, the MCU has mainly focused more on the sci-fi aspect of their universe than the magical one. But with this character's introduction in 2016, magic was brought to the forefront. Once an arrogant but talented surgeon, his hands were crushed in a car crash. And when medicine failed him, he sought out magic to return him to his former glory. His search led him to Kamar-Taj and the Ancient One, a powerful being who taught him not only the ways of magic, but that there were more important things for him to deal with. What is this character's name?

Question 12

What is the name of this heroic king?

During a scene in "Iron Man 2," a map showing locations of powered people teased the upcoming inclusion of this Marvel hero. But it wouldn't be until "Captain America: Civil War" that he would make his debut. As the king of Wakanda, he resides over a well-hidden city that is home to a rare and powerful resource known as Vibranium. It's incredibly durable, as this hero's entire suit is made of it. But it also helps the citizens power all their technology. This hero's solo movie was the first MCU film to win an Academy Award. What is his name?

Question 13

Which MCU character can shrink?

Though the power to shrink may not sound too impressive when compared to others in the MCU, using it strategically can make enemies feel like they're being punched by a bullet. But this character can also grow to immense size, bigger than any other hero in the MCU. He premiered in his own solo movie in 2015 before being pulled into the larger universe with "Captain America: Civil War." His own movie received one sequel so far and he'll next be seen teaming up with the Avengers in "Endgame." The character is played by Paul Rudd, who brings his signature comedic charm to the franchise. What is his name?

Question 14

What is the name of this android?

J.A.R.V.I.S was the name given to Tony Stark's artificially intelligent computer that helped him run his house and power his Iron Man suits. But when a villainous A.I. absorbed that program, Tony thought it lost forever. That A.I. would go on to upload himself in multiple robotic bodies, eventually creating this android as the ultimate one. Luckily, the Avengers were able to stop him and this android, which had part of J.A.R.V.I.S. inside him, was born as a force for good. He's helped the Avengers on several missions but was stopped by Thanos in "Avengers: Infinity War." What is his name?

Question 15

Who is this powerful Avenger?

There are several key characters in the MCU whose powers were given to them by the majestic Infinity Stones. Where the android Vision has one embedded in his forehead, this character gained hers when she was experimented on by an elite Hydra member. She was a villain when she first premiered and used her abilities to manipulate what the Avengers were experiencing, weakening them. But she can also fly, shoot blasts from her hands, and has some telekinetic prowess. She was one of the causalities of Thanos' actions in "Avengers: Infinity War," but a show with her and Vision will debut on Disney's streaming service. What is her name?

Question 16

What other MCU character can shrink?

What gives Ant-Man the ability to shrink are special particles, named after the scientist who developed the technology. The creation of this hero was teased in a post-credits scene for "Ant-Man" when that scientist, her father, gave her a suit to operate. She would be shown in full glory in the movie's sequel. Not only can she shrink in size, but her suit also comes equipped with wings and wrist blasters. She took up the mantle of her mother's, who the group would go on to rescue in that movie. She was one of the many casualties of Thanos' actions, but what is her name?

Question 17

Who is Iron Man's closest ally?

Being a superhero can be pretty taxing on the mind, so it's good for them to have close allies they can rely on. For Iron Man, he has James Rhodes. The two have been friends for years and Rhodes powers a suit similar to Tony's. It comes equipped with an assortment of weapons like missiles, an electric baton, and much more. He was played by Terence Howard in the original movie, but has been played by Don Cheadle in every subsequent appearance. He was left alive after "Avengers: Infinity War," and he'll be returning for "Endgame." What is his name?

Question 18

What is the name of this aerial Avenger?

Captain America is lucky enough to have a group of remarkable allies he can rely on. One of them, though he doesn't have powers, has proven himself to be well-trained when it comes to aerial combat. He has a pack equipped on his back that holds giant metal wings, but he also uses automatic guns to fight enemies and a small robotic bird to help him in combat. In the comics, this robotic bird is real and the hero has a psychic connection with it. This character won't be seen in "Endgame" as he didn't survive the snap. What is his name?

Question 19

What was the name given to Bucky Barnes?

Bucky Barnes is one of the most tragic characters of the MCU. In the 1940s, he was Captain America's best friend before he seemingly perished during a fight with Hydra soldiers. In the star-spangled Avenger's second movie, it was revealed that not only did he survive, but he had been experimented on to be like Steve, given a metal arm, brainwashed, frozen and then thawed to carry out assassinations throughout history. Luckily, Steve was able to save him from this fate. Unluckily, this period of his life still leaves certain mental scars. What was the name given to Bucky Barnes?

Question 20

Who is this street level hero?

After the success of "The Avengers," the MCU expanded to include TV shows. One of the most well-received was one of Netflix's focusing on this hero. As a boy, Matt Murdock saved an old man from being hit by a truck. The truck overturned, spilling dangerous chemicals into Matt's eyes. While they did blind him, they also enhanced his other senses to an extreme degree. With his own overpowered version of sonar, Matt can then focus on certain smells or sounds from miles away. He becomes an excellent fighter using this ability and can sense the movements of his enemies. What is this hero's name?

Question 21

What is the name of this treelike alien?

"Guardians of the Galaxy" was a bit risky for Marvel when it was released in 2014 as many moviegoers had never heard of the team before. But bringing Thanos in meant exploring more of the cosmic side of the Marvel universe and, as it would turn out, this team was the perfect inclusion. One of their members is a tree-like alien that can only say one thing. This character sacrificed himself towards the end of the movie to save his team, but a new version of him can be regrown. In the sequel, he was a baby and in "Avengers: Infinity War," he was a teenager. What is this character's name?

Question 22

What is the name of this raccoon?

One of the other weird members of the Guardians of the Galaxy is the tree's best friend, an anthropomorphic raccoon. After being experimented on against his will, he became a bounty hunter. Despite his small stature, he is obsessed with gigantic weapons. When he first premiered, he only cared about finding the next big score. But his time with the Guardians and the Avengers taught him more responsibility and how to care for others. He was the only member of the Guardians that survived Thanos' snap so he'll be returning in "Avengers: Endgame." What is the name of this character?

Question 23

What is Peter Quill's codename?

As the leader of the Guardians of the Galaxy, one would expect Peter Quill to be professional and level-headed. But one would be mistaken. As the only human on the team, Quill was taken from Earth when he was young by a group of bounty hunters known as the Ravagers. He was raised in space and hasn't been back to his home planet since. It was revealed at the end of the first movie, and explored in more detail in the second, that he is part Celestial, a race of ancient and powerful cosmic beings. What is Peter Quill's codename?

Question 24

What is the name of this warrior?

The most professional member of the Guardians of the Galaxy is undoubtedly this warrior. Once a normal child, she was taken by Thanos after he decimated half her planet and trained her to be a fierce and brutal fighter. She never grew to like her adoptive father and betrayed him by joining the Guardians in the first movie. She's dangerous with her hands but even more so with a sword. Though he sometimes annoys her, she still has feelings for Peter. In "Avengers: Infinity War," Thanos sacrificed her in order to get the Soul Stone on the planet Vormir. What is the name of this character?

Question 25

Who is this overly-literal member of the Guardians?

The final of the five members in the original "Guardians of the Galaxy" to be introduced was this character who comes from a species that takes everything literally. This leads to a lot of funny moments with his dialogue, but he is also a head-strong and brutal fighter. He's fueled by revenge, as Thanos and Ronan were responsible for taking the lives of his wife and daughter. This rage has led him to charge head-on into dangerous situations without thinking, which has put the team in dangerous situations. He's played by Dave Bautista in his first big film role after transitioning from professional wrestling. What is his name?

Question 26

Who is this troubled character?

As another adopted daughter of Thanos, this character was forced to fight Gamora while the two were growing up. He wanted to make them both stronger and whoever lost would have a piece of them removed and replaced with a cybernetic enhancement. Gamora never lost. Therefore, a large portion of this character is machine. She joined with Ronan in the first movie and used to want nothing more than to end Gamora's life. She would eventually realize that her problems lied with Thanos and she'll return in "Avengers: Endgame" to help the team put a stop to him. What is her name?

Question 27

Who is the newest Guardians of the Galaxy member?

In "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2," Peter met his Celestial father for the first time. Ego the Living Planet had the ability to create a humanoid version of himself, which could break off an explore different corners of space. The one other living thing he allowed to live on him was this character. She has empathetic abilities, able to feel what others are feeling. While she may not be the strongest fighter, she can put others to sleep by touching them and did so to the mighty Thanos when the Guardians fought him in "Infinity War." What is her name?

Question 28

What is the name of this Asgardian hero?

"Thor: Ragnarok" took the series in an exciting new direction by exploring new worlds, injecting a heavy dose of humor, and introducing interesting new characters. One who made her debut was this former Asgardian warrior. She captured Thor when he arrived on Sakaar and sold him to be a gladiator. Though not the strongest start, the two would grow to be allies and return to Asgard to face his villainous sister together. Though she wasn't seen in "Avengers: Infinity War," it was confirmed that she is still alive and will return in "Avengers: Endgame." What is the name of this Asgardian?

Question 29

What is the name of Thor's father?

The world of Thor holds a lot of different characters. There are even more within the comics and actual Norse Mythology, but the movies have been able to include all of the crucial ones. Thor's father once thought the thunder god unworthy of his powers and banished him to Earth to learn a lesson. He's definitely not the warmest of parents, but it was a lesson the hero needed to learn. He was last seen in "Thor: Ragnarok" where he passed peacefully, making it so Thor was the new ruler of Asgard. What is the name of Thor's all-seeing father?

Question 30

What was the name of this villainous robot?

The Avengers have had to face many dangerous foes over the years, whether as a team or by themselves. But one of their most dangerous was actually created by them. After the Chitauri Invasion led by Loki, Tony and Bruce sought a solution to future problems and tried to create an artificial intelligence that could perceive future threats to make it easier on people of Earth. Unfortunately, that artificial intelligence perceived humans themselves to be the greatest threat to Earth and tried to wipe out the super team. It is because of this villain's actions that the Sokovia Accords were enacted, which helped break up the Avengers in "Civil War." What is this villain's name?

Question 31

Who is this superpowered sleuth?

The second hero to make their debut on Netflix was one who didn't want to be a hero at all. With super strength and very minor flight, this character always felt guilty about her powers since she thought she had gotten them from the car crash that took the lives of her family. While most superpowered people like the spotlight, she prefers a private life. She works as a private detective, where her powers sometimes come in handy. The third and final season of this show will be airing later in 2019 and it will also be the last Marvel content released by the streaming service. What is her name?

Question 32

Who leads the Dora Milaje?

The Dora Milaje are an elite group of female warriors that protect the king of Wakanda. They are expert combatants, especially when it comes to using spears. This character was first seen in "Black Panther" where King T'Challa relied on her heavily while going on missions. She's one of his most trusted allies, giving him sage advice when he needs it. And when Erik Killmonger seemingly defeated him, she struggled with having to serve a new king. She survived Thanos' snap, though T'Challa didn't, and she'll be returning in "Avengers: Endgame" to help undo what Thanos did. What is her name?

Question 33

Who was Scarlet Witch's brother?

In "Avengers: Age of Ultron," these siblings joined the villainous robot because they had lost their parents due to Stark weapons. But once they knew his full plan, they knew they had to join forces with the Avengers to stop him. This character has the power of super speed, making him incredibly hard for the Avengers to fight. But it also made him a strong addition to the team when it came time to fight an army of Ultrons. Unfortunately, he would lose his life by saving Hawkeye and a Sokovian child from a barrage of gunfire. What is his name?

Question 34

Who was Thor's love interest?

When Thor was banished to Earth, he probably didn't expect to fall in love with one of its citizens. This scientist was obsessed with the place that Thor came from and meeting him progressed her work. In "Thor: The Dark World," she would come into contact with the Reality Stone, which infected her and made her a target of the dark elf Malekith. In the comics, this character became Thor when the god of thunder became unworthy of holding Mjolnir. She was played by Oscar winner Natalie Portman, but she hasn't been seen since the "Thor" sequel. What is her name?

Question 35

Who is this loyal S.H.I.E.L.D. agent?

The very first agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. to be shown was this character in the first "Iron Man." He would go on to be one of the defining links between the movies until Loki stabbed him in the back during "The Avengers." This wouldn't be the end of the character, however, as he would be brought back to life on the TV series "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." where he led a group of talented officers as they dealt with various otherworldly threats. He was also recently seen again in "Captain Marvel" as that movie took place in the 1990s. What is this agent's name?

Question 36

Who is this Guardians of the Galaxy character?

When Peter Quill was taken from his home planet, it was because this guy was under orders to bring him to his real father. Fortunately for Peter, he decided not to do that. So Peter grew up among dangerous bounty hunters and learned their trade. It wouldn't be made clear until the sequel how much he really did care for Peter. The metal fin on his head is actually a cybernetic enhancement that lets him control a special arrow by whistling. He has been seen to move it through hordes of enemies without a problem. What is this character's name?

Question 37

Who is Iron Man's love interest?

The first love interest explored in the MCU is also one of the most well defined. She was once Tony Stark's assistant, helping the nonchalant bachelor run his life. But after he was captured and had to escape with his life, he realized the strong feelings he had for her. She was also one of the only people in his life to see that he wasn't as heartless as many thought he was. She's struggled with the idea of him being a hero and it has certainly taken a toll on their relationship. She was seen briefly in "Infinity War" and will appear for the last time in "Endgame." What is her name?

Question 38

Who was the MCU's first female super villain?

It was always obvious that Odin may have done some questionable things in order to keep his throne, but "Thor: Ragnarok" unveiled a whole new skeleton in his closet. Before Thor and Loki, Odin had a daughter who helped him become king over the dimensions. But he worried about her lust for battle and banished her to rule the underworld before she could do too much damage. "Ragnarok" saw Thor's sister return seeking vengeance and took control of Asgard for a time. She's an incredibly skilled warrior who can create massive blades out of thin air. What is her name?

Question 39

Who was the original Ant-Man?

In the comics, this character was a founding member of the Avengers. But in the MCU, Marvel decided to wait until they introduced Ant-Man. They chose the newer hero who took up the mantle later in the comics, though the original would still play a vital role. He was the first Ant-Man and used his technology to go on covert missions for S.H.I.E.L.D. until one of them resulted in the loss of his wife. In the movies, he instructs Scott Lang on how to best use the suit while helping him put a stop to evildoers. What is the name of the original Ant-Man?

Question 40

Who is this ally to Thor?

Thor has many, many allies. He's got Lady Sif and the Warriors Three who join him in Asgardian battles. He's got the Avengers, who he teams up with to stop the biggest threats to the universe. And he's got this all-seeing guardian of the Bifrost, Asgard's rainbow bridge that allows travel to other dimensions. Though he spends most of his time guarding this bridge, he's also a strong fighter. He uses a massive sword to fight his enemies and he helped many of Asgard's citizens survive and flee when Hela invaded in "Thor: Ragnarok." Sadly, he wouldn't survive Thanos. What is his name?

Question 41

Who helped create S.H.I.E.L.D.?

In "Captain America: The First Avenger," this character may not have thought much of the scrawny Steve Rogers. But when she got to know his unwavering morality and how deeply he cared for protecting others, she knew him to be special. Once he was turned into a super soldier, she helped him fight against Hydra and the Red Skull. The two would develop a bit of a romance until Cap sacrificed himself by crashing the Red Skull's ship into freezing water. A TV series was created around this character for ABC and she's popped up in several other MCU movies at different time periods. What is her name?

Question 42

What is the name of Black Panther's sister?

Black Panther has a lot of warriors to rely on, but arguably his most bountiful relationship comes from his younger sister. A teenager with genius intellect, she creates all of the Black Panther's technology from Vibranium. In "Black Panther," she helps her brother put a stop to Killmonger while also bringing some comedic relief. She is one of the smartest characters in the MCU as can be seen in "Infinity War" when she impresses Bruce Banner. Though it wasn't shown on screen, it was revealed later that she didn't survive Thanos' snap. What is the name of Black Panther's sister?

Question 43

Which hero has unbreakable skin?

Another one of the street level heroes seen on Netflix, but one that debuted before getting his own show. He was first seen in "Jessica Jones" before his backstory would be explored in his solo series. He was convicted of a crime he didn't commit and, while imprisoned, was experimented on. This experimentation led to super strength and also unbreakable skin. After "Jessica Jones," we would venture to Harlem where he would use his powers to protect the citizens against the massive crime wave running through the city. He was also seen in "Defenders," where he teamed up with several other heroes. What is his name?

Question 44

What is the name of this Doctor Strange ally?

Every hero needs a reliable sidekick to have their back when things get too heavy to deal with alone. Doctor Strange has this character, though he was a student of magic at Kamar-Taj long before Strange arrived. He helped Strange understand certain aspects of magic but also was the keeper of that city's library. Since that movie, he has gone with Strange to New York to help him guard the city against magical or interdimensional threats. He was last seen in "Avengers: Infinity War" where he helped Strange, Iron Man, and Spider-Man fight off two of Thanos' followers. What is his name?

Question 45

Who is Nick Fury's second in command?

First appearing in "The Avengers," this character operated as a second in command to Nick Fury aboard the S.H.I.E.L.D. helicarrier. She has since been seen in "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.," Captain America: The Winter Soldier," and "Avengers: Age of Ultron." And while S.H.I.E.L.D. may have fallen, that doesn't mean she would stop working tirelessly with Fury to stop any threat to the human race. Unfortunately, she last appeared in the post-credits scene of "Avengers: Infinity War," where she was seen being turned to dust along with Nick Fury. She's played by Cobie Smulders of "How I Met Your Mother" fame. What is this character's name?

Question 46

What was the name of the fake Mandarin?

Many fans may have been displeased by the Mandarin twist in "Iron Man 3." This character first seemed to be a strong force against Iron Man and the forces of good in the world. He was the leader of an organization known as the Ten Rings, but that turned out to be a lie. Who he really was was an actor hired by Aldrich Killian, the real villain, to pose as the Mandarin in order to distract Iron Man. He was last seen incarcerated at Seagate, but taken by a follower of the real Mandarin to pay for his crimes. What is this character's name?

Question 47

Who is this minor Iron Man villain?

Jealousy and envy are always good ingredients when it comes to creating villains. This character first showed up in "Iron Man 2" as the owner of a competing weapons manufacturer to Tony Stark. In order to get what he wanted, he teamed up with the film's main villain, Whiplash, and supplied him with whatever he wanted so he could see Stark defeated. He also showed up briefly during "All Hail The King," the one-shot that focused on the fake Mandarin at Seagate. He's played by Sam Rockwell, who won an Oscar for "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri." What is this minor villain's name?

Question 48

Who was the original Wasp?

In 2015's "Ant-Man," it was explained that Hank Pym left S.H.I.E.L.D. after one of his missions resulted in the loss of his wife as she shrunk down to a subatomic level in order to stop a missile. And until Scott Lang came back from that by using enlarging technology, everyone thought her to be gone for good. One of the things that the sequel focused on was finding her and bringing her back. As it would turn out, she was able to survive in this subatomic dimension for years. She's played by Michelle Pfeiffer, who starred as another comic book character in "Batman Returns." What is the name of the original Wasp?

Question 49

Who is the Secretary of State?

2008's "The Incredible Hulk" is often thought of as the black sheep of the MCU. For one thing, Edward Norton would be replaced by Mark Ruffalo as Bruce Banner in all other movies. For another, the events of this movie aren't often talked about. One aspect that strengthens its place in the shared universe is the continued inclusion of this character. He was seen as an antagonist to Bruce in the first movie, but shows up as the Secretary of State in "Captain America: Civil War," where he advocates for the Sokovia Accords, and "Avengers: Infinity War." What is his name?

Question 50

What is the Collector's name?

One of the more eccentric side characters that has been seen in the MCU is the Collector. As his title implies, he strives to have the most valuable artifacts and creatures in his collection of goods. And if they are able to give him power, that's all the better. He was first seen in "Thor: The Dark World" during the post-credits scene where the Reality Stone was brought to him for safekeeping. He showed up again in "Guardians of the Galaxy" where he explained what the Infinity Stones were and almost acquired another one. He would lose the Reality Stone to Thanos in "Infinity War." What is the Collector's name?

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